Do you really know your rights? If someone from the ICE walked in bombarding you with questions would you know how to respond?
You have the right to remain silent: When you say this, they have to stop asking you questions.
You do not need to let ICE into your house does not have a warrant SIGNED BY A JUDGE!: They may say they have a warrant, but make sure you check it thoroughly. Ask them to perhaps slide the warrant under the door and check it. Or the other option you have is to tell them to leave it in front of your house or apartment and step back, then you can open the door and check it. If it is not a real warrant, then they may not come in.
You have the right to one phone call: When they let you make a phone call you should contact one of your family members and tell them to get you a lawyer. Or you can also call a close friend and request for them to get a lawyer for you. Lastly you can call your lawyer. If the person you are trying to contact does not pick up, you can still call someone else because that person did not pick up.
If someone approaches you on the street, you should not give them any legal documents: You should not give them any documents if they ask you for them, you should tell them you do not want to answer any questions, or want to speak with a lawyer before you answer any questions.
If an officer stops you on the street, you have the right to leave unless you are being arrested: